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Editorial

A very mini, sinuous sheath, long-sleeved, high-necked, with little cut-outs edged with metal eyelets and black on black insets opened David Koma’s show for Mugler, immediately setting the tone for the collection: sexy, minimal and futuristic. The subsequent looks, mainly black and/or white, with some green for a one-shoulder leather dress with split and electric blue for two mini-dresses with the same metal eyelets, were always mini length, with surgical cuts and metallic appliqués, which turned into copper plates on two wraparound skirts in white wool. The trousers were high-waist and skinny, paired with second-skin tops or matching structured blazers, with contrasting lapels and pockets or metallic details, while the longer finale dresses with bright insets similar to microchips had such high splits that almost the entire leg was revealed.